SKB BUG: Invalid truesize
Sun Mar 8 23:16:03 PDT 2009
I just reported this bug at Ubuntu:
Basically, I often get 'SKB BUG: Invalid truesize' messages in my logs
when a client connects to my AP (and subsequently uses the connection).
You can see the whole trace in the bug report.
My config in a nutshell:
So it's hostapd 0.6.7 with ath9k on an atheros AR5008.
All in all, the connection works, but I do have the 'feeling' that it is
far from fast. In fact, skype is not usable through the AP for instance.
I hope that fixing that ugly SKB bug would make things faster, better,
So, I am looking for any advice that would help me fix that SKB BUG
problem. Probably the first piece of advice that comes to mind is to
upgrade to 0.6.8, but I am kind of reluctant to abandon the deb/apt-get
convenience. Of course if it is a known fact that 0.6.8 fixes that
particular problem I will happily compile it.
Bonus question: the chip is supposed to support draft n, but
1/ iw list shows 54.0 Mbps as the highest bitrate
2/ on my eee pc, "iwlist ra0 scan" lists my AP with Bit Rates:118 Mb/s
Who is right, and what should I do to use the chip at its maximum speed?
Below is my hostapd.conf (cat hostapd.conf | sed -e '/^#/d' -e '/^$/d'),
let me know if you need any other information.
Thank you in advance,
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